Francesco Fasani (Queen Mary University of London)
About the Workshop
NOVAFRICA, a knowledge centre based at the Nova School of Business and Economics of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, is organizing its second workshop on migration and development for PhD Candidates, Post-Docs, and junior researchers. The workshop will bring together scholars working on the economics of migration in the development context. It aims at giving participants an opportunity to present their papers in an informal environment, as well as to exchange the results of recent and ongoing research in different sub-fields of development economics.
The Workshop will take place before the 2019 NOVAFRICA Conference on Economic Development in Africa which will cover the broad theme of economic development in Africa. This year’s conference keynote speakers will be Paul Collier (Oxford), Gerard Padro-i-Miguel (Yale), Tavneet Suri (MIT), and Leonard Wantchekon (Princeton). Partici- pants of the workshop are welcome to attend this year’s NOVAFRICA conference free of charge.
Invitation to submit
We are looking for contributions on the themes of migration and development. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: determinants of international and irregular migration, remittances, the effects of migration on entrepreneurship, education, and labor markets, impact of migration policies.
The deadline for submission of an abstract or full paper draft is March 15, 2019. Please submit your details under the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/jOA6PjtLXRw1RGH83. For further questions, or information about attend- ing the workshop without presenting, please email email@example.com. For additional information about NO- VAFRICA and past events, please visit www.novafrica.org.
Tijan Bah (Nova SBE and NOVAFRICA), Catia Batista (Nova SBE, NOVAFRICA, CReAM, and IZA), Teresa Molina (Nova SBE, NOVAFRICA, and IZA), and Julia Seither (Nova SBE and NOVAFRICA).
Conference Webpage: https://novafrica.org/research/2019-novafrica-phd-workshop-on-migration-and-develop- ment/
Nova School of Business and Economics, Campus de Carcavelos
Lisbon , Portugal